EU6D Superposition

Mr. Weisenfeld talks through Physics of Sound and Superposition

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EU6D Superposition

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Mr. Weisenfeld talks through Physics of Sound and Superposition
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  1. EU 6.D:  Interference and superposition lead to standing waves and beats.

    Slide 1 - EU 6.D: Interference and superposition lead to standing waves and beats.

    • Mr. Weisenfeld
  2. Slide 2

    • Hecht, Section 11.4, pg 382
  3. Is Sound a Transverse Wave?

    Slide 3 - Is Sound a Transverse Wave?

  4. Slide 4

    • Hecht, Section 11.4, pg 382
  5. Can you hear sounds in space?

    Slide 5 - Can you hear sounds in space?

  6. You don’t need fancy experiment to demonstrate.

    Slide 7 - You don’t need fancy experiment to demonstrate.

  7. Slide 8

    • Hecht, Section 11.4, pg 382
  8. Slide 10

    • Hecht, Example 11.5, pg 384
  9. Slide 11

    • Hecht, Example 11.5, pg 384
  10. Slide 12

    • Hecht, Section 11.4, pg 384
  11. Tuning fork.

    Slide 16 - Tuning fork.

  12. Superposition

    Slide 17 - Superposition

  13. Exactly Out of Phase = Destructive Superposition

    Slide 19 - Exactly Out of Phase = Destructive Superposition

    • Hecht, Section 11.4, pg 385, Figure 11.21
  14. Bonus Topic (Mathematical Connection)

    Slide 22 - Bonus Topic (Mathematical Connection)

  15. Summary:  Sound Waves and Superposition

    Slide 26 - Summary: Sound Waves and Superposition

    • As a compression wave.
    • And waves as things that can be superimposed or interfere with each other.